The screen and wifi were both broke.
it started out hard, then became easy after I got going and every thing came along easy.
Make sure to have every tool that is needed and a deck of playing cards
Does not work in iPad 2 model identifier iPad2,4 (EMC 2560). If you purchased a 16GB iPad 2 WiFi after March 25, 2012, this part may not work for you. You can verify the model by going to 'Settings" on you iPad and navigating to "General" and then looking at "Model."
This was my second time to repair a cracked iPad2 screen, only this time I broke the wifi antenna in half while trying to pry away the screen. I knew this was a possibility but my first screen repair went smoothly so I might not have been so careful this time.
I removed the screen (already had that . . .
My wife broken the screen on her iPad. After we had it fixed, the iPad didn't do wifi very well. The shop damaged the wifi antenna but claimed it couldn't possibly be them.
I ordered a new antenna from another place and it didn't work. Ordered another wifi antenna from you and after I installed it, . . .
Broke the antenna while removing the glass.
It went well. Since the glass was already removed, the hard part (in my opinion) was already done. after re-assembly, I had to reconnect the digitizer cable again because it wasn't getting a good connection.
Don't break the antenna when removing the glass! : . . .
I removed the glass with a hobby heat gun. The glass also broke the antenna. After removing the glass, I took the screw out that hold the antenna and pulled up the wire very easy. I cut the wire to the antenna about 1 inch from the iPad . I then put heat shrink on the wire before I sol . . .
I shattered the screen on my iPad 2. In the removal of the front panel I tore the wifi antenna. I ordered the antenna and follower the guide to complete the repair.
The guide is good, leaving little to the imagination. I had trouble with getting the SIM card out at the start of the process. I was us . . .